About Notary Public and notarial work

Notarisation is a service only provided by a Notary Public, qualification as a notary is regulated by the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury, to become a Notary Public normally you must first become a solicitor or commissioner for oaths.

 

All registered notaries in the United Kingdom will appear on the faculty office's website http://www.facultyoffice.org.uk/notary/find-a-notary/

 

A Notary Public is a highly trained and specialised lawyer dealing with international legal matters.

A document notarised by Notary CO UK

When notarising a document, we draft a notarial certificate. The notarial certificate contains the notary's recitals and will be signed and sealed by the notary. This certificate is then securely affixed to your document and bound together with our notarial ribbon. It may also be placed in a protective backing and cover for added safety.

Our notarised documents include the copy of your document with a cover page, a "Notary Certificate" the cover page is our template page decribing the contents of the attached documents, a plastic protective cover is attached and the documents are bound together with a blue corner, a ribbon, stamps and our seal.

On the back of the document there is a blue cardboard backing, this keeps the documents from bending and being damaged.

The notarised document will be dated, signed by the notary and all the necesary name and address stamps. If the document, once notarised is to be used in another country it may require an apostille from the Foreign and Common Wealth office (FCO) attached and the stamps from the countries consulate, depending on the country and requirements.


A document legalised by the Foreign Office
legalised and apostilled document

Our notarised documents include the copy of your document with a cover page, a "Notary Certificate" the cover page is our template page decribing the contents of the attached documents, a plastic protective cover is attached and the documents are bound together with a blue corner, a ribbon, stamps and our seal.

On the back of the document there is a blue cardboard backing, this keeps the documents from bending and being damaged.

The notarised document will be dated, signed by the notary and all the necesary name and address stamps. If the document, once notarised is to be used in another country it may require an apostille from the Foreign adn Common Wealth office (FCO) attached and the stamps from the countries consulate, depending on the country and requirements.



A document legalised or Attested by an Embassy

notarised document

Our notarised documents include the copy of your document with a cover page, a "Notary Certificate" the cover page is our template page decribing the contents of the attached documents, a plastic protective cover is attached and the documents are bound together with a blue corner, a ribbon, stamps and our seal.

On the back of the document there is a blue cardboard backing, this keeps the documents from bending and being damaged.

The notarised document will be dated, signed by the notary and all the necesary name and address stamps. If the document, once notarised is to be used in another country it may require an apostille from the Foreign adn Common Wealth office (FCO) attached and the stamps from the countries consulate, depending on the country and requirements.